Re-imagining Australia: Voices of Indigenous Australians of Filipino Descent
21cm x 21cm. 160 pages, black and white photographs. Pictorial wrappers.
“The stories compiled in this book are part of the national narrative of the emergence of Australia as a nation. Descendants of Manilamen in Broome and Torres Strait tell us what it is like to be both Aboriginal and Filipino, one culture enriching the other. Contributors include; Kevin Puertollano, Mitch Torres, James Frederick Jahan, Miquel Castillon, Elsta Foy, Sally Bin Demin, Mary Manolis, Ellen Puertollano, Evelyn Masuda, Anthony Ozies, Magdalene Ybasco, Peter Sabatino, Lillian Elarde Majid, Mary-Rose Hampson, Josie Cowley, Camilla Sabatino, Mary Bin Juda, Patrick Mau, Regina Turner, Maria Sabatino and Josephine David-Petero. Debora Ruiz Wall and Christine Choo have made an important contribution to Australian history by documenting these stories.” (publisher’s blurb)
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